Wicomico High School

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Wicomico High School
WicomicoHS Sign.jpg
201 Long Avenue
Salisbury, Maryland 21804
United States
Coordinates 38°21′52.5″N 75°34′46″W / 38.364583°N 75.57944°W / 38.364583; -75.57944Coordinates: 38°21′52.5″N 75°34′46″W / 38.364583°N 75.57944°W / 38.364583; -75.57944
Type Public Secondary
Established 1905
NCES District ID 2400690[1]
NCES School ID 240069001320[2]
Dean Susan Cullen
Principal Don Brady
Faculty 179
Grades 9-12
Number of students 1276
Color(s) Blue      and Gold     
Mascot Indian
Yearbook Tom-Tom

Wicomico High School (commonly abbreviated "Wi Hi") is a high school located in Salisbury, Wicomico County, Maryland. It is one of four public high schools in Wicomico County along with James M. Bennett High School, Mardela Middle and High School and Parkside High School. Wicomico High School currently enrolls grades 9 through 12. Its mascot is the Indian and its colors are blue and gold.


Wicomico High School

The current campus on Long Avenue replaced Wicomico High School on East Main Street. The replaced facility is now Wicomico Middle School. The Long Avenue campus was completed in 1954 at a price of 1.5 million dollars. At that time the school became known as Wicomico Senior High School.

An administration building and an auditorium were added in 1975 and 1976. Additionally, extensive renovations were completed in 1995. At that time, Wicomico Senior High School was renamed Wicomico High School.

Susan Ward, an English teacher at Wicomico High School for 31 years, was recognized for her outstanding work in the classroom on March 21, 2007 when she was named 2007-08 Wicomico Teacher of the Year.


Principal: Mr. Don Brady
Vice Principal: Mr. David Miles
Vice Principal: Ms. Michele McGoogan
Vice Principal: Ms. Lavion Bratten
Dean of Students: Ms. Susan Cullen

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